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Apple Delays the Date for Employees to Return to Office
"Morning, Renee to Good morning, Karen Bloomberg News has learned that Apple is pushing its return to office deadline until at least October. The company says it will give employees at least a month's warning before mandating a return to office. CEO Tim Cook initially said in June that employees should be back in early September. The move makes Apple one of the first tech giants to delay return to office plans in New York. I'm rainy day young Bloomberg daybreak. All right, Rene to thank you. The spread of the Delta area now has the U. S government revising its
LGBTQ Representation in Films Increased Last Year, Study Finds
"Is releasing its annual survey of the movie landscape. It's found a rise in the percentage LGBTQ characters across major studios, along with more screen time. As NPR's Andrew Limbaugh reports, the pandemic has put an important asterisk on the numbers characters like the hard drinking but protective detective Renee Montoya from last year's Birds of Prey. Kill him, Girl. Just shoot are among the growing percentage of LGBTQ characters in film. The report from glad also notes that there is an increase in LGBTQ characters of color, too. But because of how the pandemic impacted movie distribution. This study only looked at a total of 44 movies compared to last year's 118. While some of the numbers look positive trend wise for more LGBTQ representation of those characters. The report found zero transgender or non binary characters, zero characters with the disability and zero characters living with HIV. Andrew Lim Bang NPR News. Your
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"Want to know what happens when divorce lawyers get together and chat. What do we talk about in our. We all just out for the win. No matter the cost while you guys know me well enough to know. That's not the truth. There are so many divorced professionals committed to helping people move into their next chapter. My next guest is one of them in. We are going to be dishing on divorce so pull up a chair and take a listen. The happy even after positive. Happy even after podcast divorce ups. But it doesn't need to define you. It doesn't need to be end of your story the happy even after podcast meet your host renee our award award-winning divorce. Attorney peacemaker author and founder. Of course an online divorce educational programme. She's been doing this work for almost two decades and she is passionate about helping all women make it out the other side. The happy even after podcast. Let's.
Predators Goaltender Pekka Rinne Retiring After 15 Seasons
"Predators goaltender Pekka Rinne a has announced his retirement after fifteen NHL seasons the Finnish native says the decision wasn't easy but the right one at the right time the two thousand eighteen Vezina trophy winner earned a five nothing win over the hurricanes in his last start on may tenth it was his sixtieth career shutout and tied him with John Brasso for nineteenth and the NHL's win list with three sixty nine Renee played his entire career with Nashville after being selected in the eighth round of the two thousand and four draft he compiled a two point four three goals against average and nine seventeen save percentage I'm Dave Ferrie
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"When i turned forty something shifted in me. I wanted to break all the rules. I wanted to speak my truth and step into a new boldness that i think i was afraid of expressing in my younger years. My next guest has a very bold story. She has bold words of wisdom Encourages all of us to live a little bolder to live our fullest lives. So let's do this the happy even after taffy even after podcast divorce ups but it doesn't need to define you. It doesn't need to be the end of your story. The happy even after podcast meet your host renee bauer and award winning divorce attorney peacemaker author and founder of course an online divorce educational program. He's been doing this work for almost two decades and she is passionate about having all wind. Make it out the other side. The happy even after podcast. Let's.
From the UK, a Glimpse of Canadas Future
"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story ebony. Renee baker is a freelance canadian journalist. Living luckily for her she in london. England ebony rene joined in how you doing. I'm doing okay. But i bet given the news. I'm seeing coming out of london that you were doing better. Yeah i constantly. I'm feeling a bit ask. What's the word guilty. When i talked to my canadian friends and family because we definitely somehow at the beginning of the pandemic we were not in the best place but somehow we have ended up where we are actually going out and kind of enjoying life right now. So it's been good. Well that's what we're talking to you about today. Because i feel like we're about six weeks or so behind you so the real thing that i i wanna know is just. What's the first thing that you did upon a lockdown lifting. I mean the thing is. It's been such a and it's been the same in canada as well. Such a staggered approach to lockdown lifting don. I'm kind of like when did things open again. Like it was kind of like one role in lockdown. But i guess as of march things started to reopen slowly but surely honestly. I think the first thing i did was. Walk around to find a walk-in stay said an outdoor patio and find a spot. I wasn't really like i wasn't too optimistic. I wasn't booking tables because a lot of people were doing that ahead of the announcement that was meant to be made last month. So i wasn't optimistic and then i kind of credit so the first day things open so that was april twelfth. I found myself and my roommate just walking to find anywhere that would serve me alcohol much more expensive price that i have been drinking at home so i think that was definitely the first thing upon actually finding a place it was just like. Wow have not done this for like what. Maybe six months may be more.
There’s a Name for the ‘Blah’ You’re Feeling
"Many of you sent me this article that was written by adam grant so he is a organisational psychologists. He's often while i think a few times. He's been on armchair expert with docs record. Such great episodes highly recommend listening to them. He's such a great speaker but anyways he had this article in the new york times. That was all about languishing. And how so. Many of us are feeling this way. And he explains what exactly that is and some ways that you can get out of feeling that way. It's so funny to me. Because i often explain it as feeling blah because i don't know how else to verbalize it and that is literally in the title of this article. So it's called. there's a name for the blah. you're feeling it's called languishing. He describes it as being a dominant emotion of twenty twenty one. And it's interesting because they talk a lot about how when the pandemic i started and it was all over the news and we were on the super high alert mode. Almost like adrenalin was kicking in and we were like wiping down all our groceries and doing everything we could to you know. Follow the guidelines and stay safe and that has kind of worn off now and it's more so he describes it as dulling our motivation and focus. And it's not that were not staying safe now and we don't care about the guidelines it's more so that they have just become a regular part of our everyday life so we're not so much thinking about them anymore. It's just how we're living our life now like every time i get into the car. I'm using hand sanitizer without even thinking about it whereas before all these little changes to how we live our everyday life was a noticeable thing and it was a novel thing so we were constantly thinking about it and it was more of not exciting but it was just we were in that fighter flight mode and now it's just exactly what they describe it as it's very blah. It's interesting because they talk about how it can. Doll your motivation and your focus. And this languishing feeling makes it difficult to concentrate.
Transitioning From Crib to Bed
"So that's my first hot tip. I know the canopy beds are really cute. But don't do it and another hot tip would be to leave them in their crib as long as possible. I have a friend whose son is over three years old and he's still in his crib and i'm so jealous because i don't know it's just it seems easier because the transition is a little bit difficult but to be honest i was expecting it to be a lot worse. And that's not to say that it can be a lot worse for other people but just for is so far. It's been pretty. Good and milo has a justed really well But yeah people always say wait as long as you can and keep them in the crab. But i understand as parents. It's like you know this milestone where they go from a crib with is where they slept since they were a baby and now they're getting older and they're gonna have their big boy bed and you can redo their room and it's just kind of like an exciting time so i understand why people are excited to do it But yeah so. The day that we transitioned him. I set up as much of the bed. As i could during the day took me forever So focused because i suck at putting together. I keep furniture. So i did what i could and then when i was going to pick up my low at daycare my husband got home early and so he finished it I had already washed all his bedding and pillows that we got. We decided to do a dinosaur theme. Because he's really into dinosaurs right now so kia like i got all the betting at kia super cute dinosaur patterns super cute dinosaur stuffed animals and what we did was. We left the crib in his bedroom. It's still in there now. Actually because we thought just in case it didn't work or he wanted to sleep in the crib. It was still
Blooming Post-Divorce with Mindfulness Coach Deb Lauren
"Am here with deborah lauren. Who is a mindfulness and meditation coach in a divorced mom of two. She struggled through her own divorce in dealt with depression and guilt and all of the things that keep us stop when life. There is a plot twist our way but now she teaches a heart centered approach to healing in his dedicated to helping women through their divorce. So welcome thank you for having me rene. So let's just start with what you do and why you doing okay. Two important questions. So i am like you said mindfulness and meditation all wrapped up in mindset. And i coach primarily divorced working mothers. Who are really overwhelmed and kind of overbooked and over scheduled in overthinking all of the roller coaster ride that is the divorce life and having that work life balance and oftentimes they feel like divorce might sabotage that success their chance at happiness their ability to be the kind of parent they wanted to be all those different things and i really help women step into this new version of self that they have to be in order to make good on those desires in those wishes and goals for themselves and their family and their future and it can be really tough to do that when you are kind of stuck in the sadness of it all in in the hard parts of it all which they are and so. I started to do this. Because i myself am a divorced mother and when i was going through it there was no such thing as this at least i didn't know that there was. I didn't know this kind of support was out there and i went through a really tough
Why Dermatologists Are Horrified by the Way Gwyneth Paltrow Applies Sunscreen
"I did want to mention at the time of this recording that there has been a recent gwyneth paltrow controversy in which she filmed when some sort of skin care routine video for vogue and in the video she insinuates. She says she's not a person who slather sunscreen all over her body and then she quote dabs it onto the parts of her face the get son in the video. It looks like she only wear sunscreen. Unlike her cheekbones and her forehead bone and while because there has been a controversy that has evolved out of this. You know there has since been a comment released from goop in which they say that. Oh yes of course. She uses mineral sunscreen minerals screen all over her face but you know caroline runs past fep further past forever thirty-five guests and all around i think really wise to the point person when it comes to skin care i would. I would agree with that assessment. She went to town and she really called gwyneth and vogue out four posting this video e even as goop has insinuated. It was edited and it made it sound like. She doesn't wear as much sense renee. She does whatever they were. Still responsible for airing the video and it's it's misinformation and one thing that i really appreciated the caroline said was she was like she called out like dermatologists and skin care influencers. And she's like please. Don't don't be afraid to speak out about this just because gwyneth paltrow is a powerful person.
Nike sues over Lil Nas X's "Satan Shoes"
"Nike is suing the maker. That's mischief the little is satan shoes for trademark infringement. 'cause they have nothing to do with these sneakers. There's no confusion what our company had the no that was coming. I mean the way they market it. Actually you know sounded like low gnaws out of sneaker nike and that's horrible publicity for nike because it does damage to their brand reputation. The you know that company had to know a lawsuit was coming. But i couldn't figure out how they got so many pairs of air max's to make those necas. They got six hundred sixty six pairs of an maxes and we're able to cut them open and put blood in them. Like who gets that many pair of nikes man whose blood wasn't for sure for sure leading it or is that just assuming no i don't know why but why do marketing their elected question for the company like us like why they shouldn't be marketed in like that. If it's not real blood now the same company also did put out. Custom made jesus shoes in two thousand nineteen. So i guess now. This is Their new thing love lawsuits is the corporate way to punch somebody in the mouth. And you're not gonna win against a company like nike. They wanted too long and it was crazy. If you're going to do something like this at least get something out of it. Because i didn't even know the name of the company said it just now. Yeah i knew. I knew about nike. But i didn't know about the company that you know. It's interesting because legally we'll see what happens is just that a lot of people do customize these nikes and resell them for a lot of money. Online they've nike has never messed with that because they understand that sneaker culture but with this. They're arguing that it's harming their reputation by associating the brainless satanic symbols
The Power of Radical Self-Love
"Welcome sonia i thank you so much for having me you know i was so excited to have you be part of my podcast when your team reached out. Because i've been a fan of your book ready. And i follow you on social media and was so exciting to hear that we're talking now about your revised and expanded second edition along with the workbook. Bet you're gonna be. Is it in april in march march. Sixteen okay great. So why don't you tell me why you decided to revise and expand your second edition and how the workbook complements the initial book. Absolutely so first of all. Thanks so much for having me glad to be in conversation so my publisher approached. My publisher approached me to write the book. The very first time i wrote and then they came back and they were like a second addition and what really was useful in maybe be willing to entertain the idea. Was i knew that the very first edition was really about our individual journey with radical. self love. How do we use this concept of radical self love to transform how we feel in our own bodies how we feel about ourselves how we relate to ourselves based on a clear understanding of the messages we see received from the world and the piece that always matter to me was great now that we have dealt with this internal relationship. How do we use this framework to deal with how we deal with other bodies because that's the structural that's the systemic. That's not we begin to you know. Really tear down the walls of oppression. And so the second edition really felt like an opportunity to have that conversation. Now the challenge in a second edition is they do away with the first edition so the first edition which i thought was so necessary. Valuable in terms of giving folks practical fools about how to apply radical self love to their own lives. We were gonna lose some of that in creating the second edition
Calle Jarnkrok powers Predators past Lightning 4-1
"Pickering a stopped thirty eight of thirty nine shots to lead the Nashville predators to a four one road win over the Tampa Bay Lightning Monday afternoon the predators scored every way possible even strength on the power play short handed an empty net Kelly aren't quite figured into all of Nashville's goals finishing the game with four points including the short handed tally Nashville's red hot rookie Ellie told an opened the scoring early in the second roofing a rocket past the lightning's Curtis Michael Haney Renee credited the young guys for the much needed win and felt it came at the right time all the young guys there are people out there W. what won the game but it was stopped it was almost necessary process behind what most read will be sponsoring and it was it was a big win Viktor Arvidsson scored on the power play and Mateusz echoing got the empty netter Steven Stamkos spoiled the shutout for Pickering a scoring midway through the third Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Renee Montgomery part of ownership group buying Atlanta Dream from former Sen. Kelly Loeffler
"I former player to be parked a wnba ownership group. She just retired weeks ago. She took off last year for social justice concerns but she was a store poor disfranchised. Kelly left first time as an nba owner. By the way over. Sarah what has renamed montgomery done. This is so fantastic. She is favourite on spain and fitz and she came on throughout the pandemic throughout the wobble. And now she retires. It becomes the first one player to be not only an ownership on an executive. We are seeing the changing face of ownership and women's sports across the nwa l. and now the wnba and the key is not just the decision making the way it can help. Change the practices that we're so used to but it's also changing diversity in pro sports at the very highest level of where it can trickle down from there in terms of hirings in terms of changing the practices in terms of investment. So that women's sports are invested in by the very people that know them best. This is massive and she is the perfect person for this as a voice word as speaker as a player and as a business person. This is huge. And i hope it opens up other professional franchises. Not just in women's sports to understand the power of diversity at the
Unmasking a Killer, Pam Hupp
"On tuesday december twenty seventh two thousand and eleven russ area called nine one one to report that he had just discovered his wife forty two year. Old betsy farah had killed herself as you just heard. He was in hysterics crying. Unable to breathe he called nine one one expecting police. Ems to come to his aid. What he wasn't expecting was that no one who arrived on scene. That night would believe that. Betsy had committed suicide. They believe that her fifty five stab wounds told a different story and this belief this version of events would lead to more than ten years of absolute hell for rough area. This is quite possibly the craziest case we have ever heard of and apparently agrees because renee zellweger just got cast as the lead in an upcoming film based on this case when we think of evil or manipulative women. A few immediately come to mind. We have jodi arias casey anthony. Eileen worn ose and more recently. Laurie valo by the end of this episode. You'll have another name to add to this list pamela. up pamela. Newman was born on october tenth. Nineteen fifty-eight indulge in missouri in a devout catholic home. Her mom was a schoolteacher working at a local school and her father was a longtime employee for union electric happily backed by the union by all accounts it was an idyllic childhood. Pam was known as being kind vivacious and extremely playful beautiful with long flowing blond hair and an infectious laugh. It was very hard not to like her for high school. She attended riverview gardens in saint louis. She was popular and a member of the cheerleading squad. If you ask any of her former classmates what they remember about pam they almost all say one of three things. She wasn't that great at school but she loved to party and she was one hundred cent boy crazy. Her popularity allowed her to frequently date. She began to go steady with an attractive softspoken boy. Who was a star athlete exceptional student and member of the national honor society. A couple of weeks after going to their senior prom together a pregnancy test confirmed pam spheres most likely due to her stringent catholic upbringing. She knew what had to happen. They had to get married resenting the fact that her friends were enjoying college life pam said at home in a dingy dark apartment with her daughter while her husband were too long hours to provide for their small family. The resentment grew to be far too much in the marriage dissolved. After only six years soon after the divorce pam met markup he was attractive also softspoken and played minor league baseball for the texas rangers. The two became almost immediately enamored with one another and married rather quickly. Mark ended up not being drafted by the major league so he became a carpenter. The pair soon welcomed a baby boy and moved to florida in nineteen eighty nine not finding a great deal of happiness or success in the sunshine state. They moved back to missouri buying a home in the city of o'fallon with marks carpentry skills and plump savings account. The two began to flip homes in the area meaning steady income and a regular paycheck. Pam went to work at a local state farm insurance office. Betsy faira was the very first person who greeted her
"renee" Discussed on The MLB Show
"Slam. Only there's two different things. Okay you being girl dad. Those i love the added. He's all about it. Rene tell you you know what i can tell because he said look. They're brutal but he was still there so i said i love to see it so so you crying. That came out the la dance together Three years apart as soon as they ran out on his as like. I started who i can be like knows what i am seeing them. Dance see rene. Don't you love this. This is why. I love mike. My my podcast co host. Because he in one sense is talking about how when he warmed up. He's comfortable in his. See that as well so yeah. I didn't know a lot about going into the i like it. Now you know renee. How are you enjoying being a part of the atlanta hawks broadcast the way that you have. This is crazy. Because like going into what. I was so excited because i'm like all right. They wanna. This is my job to watch the hawks. Thank you and we had a crazy off season as far as free agency. So i'm like let me find out. We rather be good this year. And i'm calling the game so the season is crazy like today. We have a game back to back this week in. I feel like. I'm there half of the week but it really doesn't. It's not as tiring as you would think because it's like that kind of fun job and are you having phone onset like i really i talk on air like i'm talking to you guys right now and so people have been receptive to it and i just keep it going. Is there a lotta that you obviously everything about the game. But like is there still a lot of bricolage. See one of those people that like. I like to prepare so that when his go. Tom already know the numbers that i like. Yeah you know like so trae. Young as averaging four made three for threes per game of fat and he's shooting like the past five game that a fifty four percent clip since already know that stuff. Now i can have fun with it when i'm like like an intern up because arnie know all the numbers already. So yeah i do a lot of work. Their team is good too. I mean just having having watched the three games that they've had with the nets. Thus far that i mean every single game has been so intense. And i'm looking at you know. Just the depth like the hawks offered are ten deep of legit high-quality nba rotation players as you head roster people. We like we've been hurt the whole year. We actually just played the lakers..
Limited indoor dining returns to Chicago bars, restaurants; city under Tier 1
"The the suburbs, suburbs, Roll Roll out out the the welcome welcome mat mat for for the the return return of of limited limited indoor indoor dining. dining. WGN's WGN's Rob Rob Sneed Sneed has has more. more. We We ate ate out out a a lot lot in in 38 38 degree degree weather. weather. You won't find frost anywhere near these ladies. They're sitting at a warm table by candlelight. Indoor dining in Chicago in suburban Cook County is back open. Ruth Lyons and her friend Renee Dalton, wasted no time being one of today's first dining customers at the Lira and Lincoln Square, Grateful to be back and energizing the economy again, especially locally, and this needs to keep going. How long this will last will depend on many variables, but one of which is how well restaurant and bar owners Have followed these new restrictions. That's W GM TV's Rob's need, with Chicago entering Tier one, meaning restaurants can reopen it limited indoor dining and also mean Chicago's museums are cleared open. Field museum was open to visitors on Saturday after being close since November, Attendance was limited to 25% capacity. They also needed reservations, and they instituted other safety precautions. Art institute will be open on February 11th and the Shedd Aquarium will reopen two members only on Wednesday and then to the general public. On next Saturday. Tribal casino in
Digital identity in the UK in 2021 with TrueProfile.ios Rene Seifert
"Thank you for joining today. I be sought in this new year. Twenty twenty one. We're going to discuss. Especially now they did identity in the uk for these new year. Twenty twenty one. How a super special guest. Today with rene effort he says cereal enterpreneur and co head of through profile dot. Co the industry leader in documentation power by the data flow group through profiled odoyo provides these services in a modern environment via the adoption of eat theory on blockchain prior to this rene was co founder and cozy your venture eight a. g. across the platform allowing regular people to embraced side by side would experience business angels in addition. He has been involved in founding. Several internet take immediate combines. Amande husband eat lab house. German in house gration began his career hosting radio shows in running an advertising agency parallel to his studies. He was kid of marketing in percenter at a radio station byron three during the new economy. He hid they determine department at lycos europe. Hello renee welcome. I also my pleasure for this. Podcast is great talking with you. Thank you hope. You're having a great start of the new year and twenty one fed. Who like to hear more about. Would you particularly how you doing media in order very interesting things about technology. Your life ended in this world of the identity. If i knew that myself. I think it's quite unlikely scenario that panned out spent. Maybe you also heard that famous. Commencement speech from steve jobs. In haver that you only can connect the dots in hindsight. You can't connect them living your life. Forward and limited tried to connect these dots and you mentioned a couple of things how they volved in my life. Indeed in my first life as i tend to say i was sitting on the other side of our conversation i was a radio. Presenter was a journalist by tim my highlight. There was a war correspondent for german public radio in macedonia during the kosovo. Nine hundred ninety nine. I did this kind of on the side of my university education for economic management and then post graduation. I was more focusing on the media management side of things. And as you're right they said. I was head of marketing of anti by on three one of the top ten german radio stations. After that's the new economy came. If you might recall that time the boom and the bust very was Director entertainment at that time famous and infamous search engine with a variety of other services lycos europe and really saw a lot of this bust of this new economy which maybe take a year off in two thousand two and spent a year traveling the world in a sabbatical during all sorts of things. I always wanted to do from doing a pilot's license motorbike licence mode license. Learning languages like russian spanish during my tie and then i came back to munich and well. This was my first immigration then. Going to bangalore india. And that's very in fact i thought it. By entrepreneurial journey in businesses like e commerce selling jewelry on ebay then moving into an outsourcing consultancy for bangolo has been very instill is very famous for and then starting in detroit angel invest in into indian companies with these angel andrew a cold mumbai angels so an imperative is lots of back and falls into you mentioned that also. I helped build an echo beta in munich. Owned by a hot spring publisher called spring except where we created some thirteen companies in the span of four years. Then i really truly moved back to munich for a short period of time. Very co founded a social media agency and that crowd funding platform venture ag which we then sold a year later to a publicly listed company. Then came i second immigration. This time with my family to bangkok and then kind of opportunity presented itself better typical soon network connections to join the data flow group at that time it was headquartered in hong kong meanwhile headquartered in dubai and data flow is doing esp primary source verification. Since two thousand six. And i was given a quite broad mandate look at. How can this be more digitized. And let's face it. I'd say verification is not the most sexy topic on the face of this earth but maybe it's also reason why nobody has looked at that. So i tried to exactly that so i kind of became a co founder of true profile. I oh really put the individual and implement into the center so we launched the first version of something called data flow plus dot org some four years ago and that subsequently into a troop profile. I o which. I'm now running in a shared responsibility with my esteemed koha alejandro coca from spain. Who is focusing on the commercial business part while i focus on the product and tech parts so in hindsight maybe it is possible to the dotes. I'd say my personal motivation here in the common thread has been never stop being curious. Never stop learning and never stop willing to make a move into a new uncharted territory. I can see. I can see many changes in geography and also in the business. If i may just add. I think it's really interesting. Because listen to some eighty percent of your podcast. I learned a hell of a lot. And i think what you're doing. You're doing a great service of building. This industry of digital identity from identity for people identity for technical system like api is than also what our policies locations or. What is the identity of a legal entity. So i found this area's always very separate and you're kind of bringing them under one umbrella where they belong. And i hope that maybe today. I can contribute. Another facets around verified credentials which are useful in particular in an hr context into your realm of digital
WNBA players celebrate Warnock's projected win over Loeffler
"Right. Before the insurrection at the capital there was two senate runoff elections that the country had their is on in one of them. The reverend raphael warnock defeated the incumbent. Appointed senator kelly leffler in georgia. Kelly leffler for about ten years has been a partial owner of the atlanta dream of the wnba. She's now the majority owner but she's been around the team for now ten or eleven years and you may have heard her own players and much of the wnba is diametrically opposed to everything that leffler stands force. It was a very interesting situation to see everything develop earlier this week. And then how it works in the team dynamic for more on that. Let's welcome and renee. Montgomery actually a guard for the atlanta dream. She joins us this morning. She's actually rejoining us this morning a second time. She's been on with this. Good morning to you so i guess the first thing i gotta ask you is being a member of the team and understanding everything. That's going on on the floor in off the floor. What's the reaction of you and your teammates to misled losing this election. So i'm just gonna speak for myself and the reaction is. It's not even just her losing. Its rafael worn off. One and i wanna make sure that the messaging stays clear because there's some things that happened on january six is trying to take away from the fact that a black man is going to send it a jewish man from georgia's going to send it and we won the presidential race so i would say for me. It's a sweep. it's a three no sleep. So the the the feeling is happy. Rene speaking of january six. What are your thoughts on everything that occurred that day. Yeah you know. It's kinda like we all felt something was gonna happen. I was worried after november. Third ominously like when when the number started tied and we could see that joe biden. Really my win this thing you know. We all started to get a little nervous even here in georgia the aquarium shutdown coach color. They all boarded up their their buildings because we were all expecting some type of reaction and not a good one so then to see what happened on january six and see the lack of policing that was there it was it was disappointing and most call a spade a spade. It was terrorism. Domestic terrorism is the term that we should use for that renee montgomery innately. Sorry thanksgiving i was going to say what is say about the platform that the wnba has like you guys like even a month before. Colin kaepernick took a knee in two thousand sixteen. The wnba pre-game conference about police brutality. You guys were black. Lives matters t shirts before it was even a thing. Guys always been the leader at the forefront say about the platform that you guys have in the work that you guys have been doing you know. I hope people start to licking because a lot of brands. A lot of sponsors. They don't see the value in in women would say 'cause you know. I think i saw a tweet. From china robinson that said of sponsorship for women athletics how chow especially now knowing the impact that a women's league not just so a player but a whole week and have i don't understand why there's no interest but i do hope that just seeing how things transpired and how everyone to see what's going on. I hope that there is some value added to women now. Renee montgomery of the atlanta dream is joining us. This morning on keyshawn jay williams zubin were presented by progressive. Insurance and rene is with us on the goodyear hotline to robinson by the way. Espn women's college basketball analyst shaina. Yes shoutout. I want to ask you this because people may not want to go back to leffler because i think this is just so fascinating with how clear she's been in how clear you guys have been She used to be for people. That aren't aware that maybe don't follow the dream on everyday basis. She used to be a constant present. at games. a practice you'd be a team functions. He was always be sitting in the front row. She was very active owner. Obviously things have changed when she went to the senate got other responsibilities. I just wonder what your relationship is with her. The team's relationship with her you know even before the senator race i would just fear before the games. We've been to her house. Where team function. But i mean any of the players know you're not usually best friends with owner in general you know you typically would talk more to your g Even when it comes to contracts and stuff so we did see her there and we would wait and she was you know. I know that she released herself. From you. know day to day duties as she became a senator but she was president and the wnba. I know probably the letter was her trying to distance herself. Thing is how she's republican and the wnba. Is you know highly majority. Lgbt in black and brown community. So i can understand why she's trying to distance ourselves but it wasn't the case beforehand. Rene we're kind of personal discussions if any at all have you had. We'll often about social justice nine. I'm you know this was a typical owner-player relationship. So you know. I never talked to my minnesota on her about social justice. And i know that this time is is different but by the time that all of these things try Started to unfold. You know it was already. She was already too far. gone by. then how do you feel now that everything is transpired and she still co owner of the team for me and this is gonna be unpopular to say but for me. I'm sure she's not the only owner. That probably feels the way she feels. And so i hope that the wnba and hope that you know even her you know i. I've already posed the question. I don't know why he would want to own a wnba team. If you have to write a letter to the commissioner opposing. Everything that that team is standing for you know. Our team is the atlanta dream. And i don't know if people know that's from martin. Luther king's dream speech. That's how we got our name so if you oppose everything that we fundamentally stand for. I don't see how you can build a relationship there. I don't know why you'd want to be there
Fort Worth Mother Shawna Bieber Sentenced To 12 Years In Prison For Trying To Suffocate Her Baby, Dallas
"AP News A North Texas mother gets 12 years in prison for attempting to kill her baby Shana Renee Bieber pleaded guilty to a second degree felony charge of attempted injury to a child with serious bodily injury. She was arrested in 2019 after cameras it could Children's Medical center caught her squeezing her seven month old daughters so tight she was described of oxygen. It happened twice. The child named Lana is reported to be happy and healthy. Now Beaver has sent signed over her parental rights
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"That but you're just kind of bleeding out onto the page is really with what your book is. It's you know, which sort of a tell-all and it's raw and it's emotional. It's beautiful. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah straight from the horse's mouth. It's like setting off. So where can we find it? So yeah, you can go to my website. That is Twila M Mark. So that's t w y l a m m a r k s m and there you can find my book. I'll sign it and ship it directly to you awesome and I'll put that in the show Notes too. But before I let you go, what advice do you age? Have for someone who's sitting where you were that twelve years ago and there are sort of stock in the maybe the light bulb went off, but they haven't had any movement. Like what advice would you give someone about taking that next step? So I would say that if that is what you truly want to do go ahead and make that next move or make that next step because I always tell people Renee make sure that's the decision you want to make you know, because if it's based on emotions go back to the drawing board, but really it really get in tune with is this the right decision to make especially if there's children involved because going through a divorce is a lot to deal with especially when you have kids you're trying to balance your emotions your children, make sure they're okay. So I'll I would say don't make that decision based strictly off. On emotions, or maybe you just had an argument with your spouse. I want a divorce. Oh, make sure that's what you really want to do. Yeah, and I think it's so important to get professional help to go to therapy and to have that support system..
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"Sort of mask that pain and you haven't really figured out what it is that you actually need and want in a relationship because you haven't given yourself that space and I think that's why God The statistics of probably as staggering as they are with the the second and third marriages that fail and it's because those people hadn't really learned from that first marriage and they keep making the same mistake and thinking if they pick the opposite of their last spouse and that will fix everything and that couldn't be further from the truth. Yes. Absolutely. Absolutely. So I'm just going to take my time and like I've only been in that one serious relationship since my divorce and it's been twelve years. So I'm moving at a snail's pace off. Okay, but you know what who says that you have to move it any certain Pace like it's what works for you. There isn't a there isn't like oh and two years you're supposed to have done this or like you this is your life and if that's where you are right now, then that's where you are. And that's totally fine. Absolutely. It is it works it works for me. So you talked about in your book that song. You thought that you always wanted the fairy tale and you know, and and I think don't we grow up sort of with that? And as I mean, this is probably a much bigger issue of like looking at what the movies show and like the fairytale the princess and all of that and then that gets flipped on its head. So what is what do you consider your fairy tale life now is you sit here with all of that experience behind you? Yeah. Absolutely. My favorite cell life is just always say and talk about peace drama-free living right and off in order for me to go on and remarry. I would say Renee the person would really have to bring that space to my life drop a free choice school and choose to be with someone that has small children cuz mine are grown and gone and that's okay to say that like, that's the thing like there's no shame..
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"You do not have to do this alone. Yeah absolutely it does absolutely you know and speaking kids renee. I'm was very very intentional. To not bash or speak negatively about his dad in front of him. I mean there were a couple of times where i did slip because i just couldn't take it anymore but for the most part i did my best not to bash his dad. Because i didn't want that to come back on me and my son bill is a. I kept him away from his daddy man. He would have an mossy. He must have a hostility towards me. So that's why. I did that in our encourage people to do the same. I know it's not easy as us. You know when this man is driving you insane you know you wanna get back at him and you know retaliate. But just not the best thing to do because in the long run it will come back to bite you. Yeah and it hurts your kids. They don't wanna hear it. They love both parents. They do not want to be put in the middle so you. It doesn't serve any purpose so good for you for doing that so twyla let's switch it up and talk about your divorce. Recovery story like you got divorced. What happened outside the other end. Like you're in a really good place right now. You are like on the top of the world. You have awesome podcast. You have a book. You're helping other people who have gone through this process. Like how did you get to the point where you are that you know. I imagine when you were in the thick of it. You never thought that you'd be sitting here today. You know having these conversations so what what shifted in you while that's true. I never would have thought and i actually something about that earlier. Yes so after the divorce. I gave myself time to heal and get back out there and the dating scene and i actually met a guy who actually thought was being one. I literally thought i was going to marry that man that relationship unfortunately ended about a year and a half into the relationship. And then i just thought you know it's few months get over him because i was so low and i decided you know what i'm gonna be single in. If it happens it happens. I am in a happy place. I don't see to go out on dates not on dating sites. I'm just doing my podcast and living my life watching the cowboys. Would you ever get remarried. I i would. I.
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"You will learn everything you need to move forward into your next chapter head on over to www.cars.com four more years. Information you do not have to do this alone. Yeah. Absolutely. It does absolutely so, you know and speaking of kids Renee I'm was very very emotional to not bash or speak negatively about his dad in front of him. I mean, there were a couple of times where I did slip because I just couldn't take anymore but for the most part I did my best not to bash his dad because I didn't want that to come back on me and my son feel as if I kept him away from his dad and thought he would have animosity he did. My son have animosity towards me. So that's why I did that and I always encourage people to do the same. I know it's not easy. It's tough, you know when this man is driving you insane who knows it's like you want to get back at home and you know retaliate but that's just not the best thing to do cuz in the long run, It will come back to bite you. Yeah, and it hurts your kids. They don't want to hear it. They love both parents. They do not want to be put in the middle. So it doesn't serve any purpose so good for you for doing that. So Twila, let's switch it up and talk about your divorce recovery story like you got divorced what happened outside the other end like you're in a really good place right now, you are like off the top of the world. You have an awesome podcast. You have a book you're helping other people who have gone through this process. Like how did you get to the point where you are that you know, I imagine when you were in the thick of it, you never thought that you would be sitting here today, you know having these conversations. So what what shifted in you? Well that is so true. I never would have thought and I actually posted something about that earlier. Yes. So after the divorce I gave myself time to heal and get back out there in the dating scene and I actually met a guy who I actually am. That was the one Renee. I literally thought I was going to marry that man that relationship unfortunately ended about a year and half into the relationship off and then I just thought you know, it took me a few months to get over him cuz I was so in love like in love and I just decided you know what I'm just going to be single and if it happens it happens and I am I am in a happy place. I don't seem to go out on dates. I'm not on dating sites. I'm just doing my podcast and living my live watching the Cowboys. Would you ever get remarried? I would I.
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"This is the reason why but sometimes there isn't really a reason why wage except for that relationship is no longer a good fit and that's okay and I feel like that's where people really get stuck. It's that group. It's you it's me. It's like where it's like hey A good enough but is that a good enough reason to leave? Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. That's so true Renee because I had reasons but you know in your right some people feel a need a reason our relationship and marriage just I mean it started off Rocky and I don't want to hold my entire book cuz I wrote about this entire Journey but it started off Rocky and all share this I was three months pregnant at the altar standing there about to say I do to this man, but see, you know, and it just started out real Rocky the family's kind of didn't care for each other. There was a lot of animosity. I mean there was a there was a lot going on and so I always say the foundation of my marriage just was not solid black and it just was a tailspin and I don't say I always tell people every day was not a Nightmare on Elm Street, but it was it was just toxic and dysfunctional So what was the first thing that you did after you had your light bulb moment? And you said okay. This is what I want. Where did you go from there? And I asked this question because I think that there's a lot of people who have those light bulb moments and then they don't do anything about it and they're sitting there two three years later still having those moments. Absolutely. Yeah, I actually once he really thought I was serious and he's saw that I was serious. I started seeking legal counsel. I spoke with several different divorce attorneys and I needed to find Renee whom I connected with, you know, wholeheartedly so I went through two or three consultations before I found that one so I literally hit the ground running cuz I didn't wait weeks days months or years. It was in my mind. This is what I'm doing and let's get this ball rolling and that's momentum because if you just sit and you Ponder, yep, You question..
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"Winning divorce attorney peacemaker author and founder of course an online divorce educational program. He's been doing this work for almost two decades and she is passionate about all women make it out the other side. The happy even after podcast. Let's jump in hi. Everyone welcome to another episode of the happy. Even after podcast. I'm your host renee. Bauer and i am really excited to introduce you to my friends and we've connected recently but she's just someone that i immediately connected with like. We were talking the same talk. So i'm really excited to bring her onto this podcast and for her to share her story so without further. Ado let me introduce twyla marks. Twilight is a mom of two adult children in the author of the book called the unexpected. The right of my life which is a nonfiction book about her journey of the highs and lows of marriage and divorce and'recovery. She is very passionate about helping others to recover from divorce in also to encourage others to start a new journey because this is not the but she is also a podcast host of talks with twyla. That's how i met you in. Your podcast is awesome in that space. She encourages inspires informs and empowers. It is available on all major podcast platforms and it currently has listeners from all over the world so it is just so good and she has like the best voice in the world and then i just learned that she actually was born in hartford connecticut. So i didn't know that before so. Welcome twyla bake you. I'm happy to be here excited to be on your podcast. Thank you so much for having me no problem so i was reading your book and i saw that you were born in hartford and i don't think we talked about that. How long did you live in connecticut before you moved. Well that's funny. I don't recall anything about harper. That's why didn't come up in conversation in my family. They moved to texas in a small town. Called wichita falls texas. So that's where i was actually raised in. Where are you now. I in dallas. Texas are boys. Cia that's right. Because every week. I see you with your like your full gear on sharing them on..
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"Renee our in. I am super excited to have this chat with my guest today. So let me introduce you to pattaya cola bova in her name just like rolls off the time so i think the entire interview. I'm just gonna use your full name. So patio is devoted. Self love advocate who offers practical tips and tools on to gain in maintain a healthy body self confidence in spiritual well-being she grew up feeling unloved and unworthy in after eighteen years of destroying herself with an eating disorder a constant search for someone or something that could make her feel better to make it her mission to help others. she's the founder and ceo of unapologetically abundant a purpose in passion driven company where she empowers other women to remember their own inner strength in confidently create a life. That feels amazing on the inside. Not just looking good on the outside. So welcome girl. How are you so much for having the end. Oh my goodness you're like the first person ever who said i wanna keep repeating your name multiple..
Intensive scare: covid-19 ravages America
"We're likely to lose another two hundred and fifty thousand people dead between now and january this week grim headlines and milestones in america the daily covid nineteen death. Toll hit a new record on wednesday. The infected patient count in hospitals asked one hundred thousand for the first time the contagion has now reached every corner of the country with ninety percent of all. Us hospitals in areas designated as corona virus hot zones cases have topped a million in florida texas and in california governor gavin. Newsom warned of worse to come just in the last fourteen days close to one thousand californians have lost their lives due to covid nineteen. The bottom line is if we don't act now. Our hospital system will be overwhelmed. We don't act now will continue to see a death. Rate climb. healthcare systems are becoming overwhelmed in ways not even seen during the pandemic's panicked early stages in the midwest things have been particularly dire with intensive care units filling up doctors and nurses exhausted and in many places. The public just isn't acting in a way that will stem the tide right now across the midwest. We've seen a surge of cova cases of people being rushed into hospital. Adam roberts is our midwest correspondent in states like north dakota. South dakota is when talking to health workers in those hospitals. They've been telling me that. Icu beds are at eighty percents. Ninety percent occupation ensured. The hospitals seem to be getting quite full and sometimes quite stressed and how have the hospitals in the region been preparing for this surge. I spoke to several health. Workers including dan rooney. Who's with the emergency medicine department at the university of iowa hospitals and clinics. That's in iowa city and his hospital because it's an academic center is just about the best equipped in the state. It's been doing everything it can to clear. Space to let covert patients have as much from his possible. So inpatients have been sent home when they can be. They've added extra. Icu beds that being postponing elective surgeries and dr renee told me that it's being taught and go from the outside. It sounds like okay. Everything was handled any sort of at the moment. But it's just hard to convey how close you are to going from just being able to barely need it to be overwhelmed and the fact that has been handled so far has been partly down to the actions of frontline workers. We've been lucky of the health care system to mostly not quite break. But i think people be shocked about how close we get and just what it takes in terms of individual level responses to make the thing keep going so from what dr wendy says. It sounds as if the public doesn't really know how bad things are at the moment. Yes don't worry says. He worries members of the public and governing. Politicians just haven't grasped what happens when hospitals get to full take for example the impact of canceling elective surgeries as a common misconception that those are surgeries onto poulsen until the no pressing when you hear hospital canceling elective surgeries. That means people potentially with cancer. Getting their tumor excise. It means people that have gallbladders either heart disease or vascular disease that need intervention that are putting them at risk of really bad side effects and sickness or death. That's real that's happening. So when the hospitals become overwhelmed is not just covid. Nineteen patients who suffer. It's the rates of excess non virus. Deaths that also could search and what about the situation outside urban areas like iowa city. I mean the situation. Equal kind of across the region. No is is not equal. So what you see. Is this interrelationship between the big hospitals in places like iowa city and then rural places small hospitals. That might just have one doctor one us now these rural hospitals. They're under great strain. Not least because many of them have closed in the last decade or so around one hundred thirty rural hospitals across america have closed and that puts a lot of pressure on the ones that remain. They can be overwhelmed with just one two three patients coming in and you can imagine that when covid sweep through a small town maybe a local meat packing plant is affected or prison. Those hospitals are overwhelmed. Very quickly. I spoke to ben christians. Who's an emergency care doctor. In sioux falls in south dakota who said that for the past two months they've been functioning at over one hundred percent capacity of their icu. Beds and they've been adding more beds as well and he takes patients from eighty sparsely populated but Reflected counties spread all across south dakota and beyond and these are patients who are coming in from as far as a hundred and fifty miles to get to his relatively small hospital. And it's not surprising that those places get overwhelmed more quickly than in the biggest cities. And why do you think the situation is so bad particularly in the midwest. What is moving out from the midwest now but the first surge hit the midwest this autumn i think partly because these are more northern states and it's colder weather up here and so people are in those and maybe spreading the virus more easily but it's also a fact that in rural areas in parts of northern wisconsin and the two dakota's people have just not taken serious measures. It's not unusual for me when i've been reporting and wearing my mosque going into small towns to be stead at and for people to look at me as if i'm an alien. They don't want to wear masks. They don't want to do social distancing as winning liz people in the cities and that may be why they're also being affected badly now and the third reason is that politicians in those states including the governors have been refusing to order rules on mosques and closing restaurants and businesses. And so it's not unusual in all of these places to have mass gatherings people going to church people going to bars and restaurants even when the infection rate is extraordinarily high and that must be that much more frustrating for over the frontline workers who are seeing the effects of all that don't originally told me it's very difficult the thing that's been harder as as this has gone on the sense that we're not really in this together as a community as a state a nation you know. We're watching people get sick. We're watching people die. We're watching our colleagues really extended themselves to prevent the system from completely breaking and then to see scenes of full airports full bars to see people talking about their individual liberty with regards to amass. That has been that's been and a lot of the healthcare workers in other places. I spoke to said exactly the same that frustrated. They're exhausted some falling ill themselves but is there a bright side here. I mean haven't health professionals come a long way since the spring and in terms of coping with these outbreaks. Yes so the saving grace of all this is frontline. Staff know much better ways to treat patients for example they're much slower than people on ventilators. They discovered that if you'll put on a ventilator you own you have a five to ten percent chance of actually surviving it and so far. Fewer people are being intimidated than before. It's only the most desperate cases and generally there a better treatments better drugs use of steroids and someone so there are reasons to be more hopeful. That if you are infected you can survive. But on the downside. We've had a big surge in infections. Recently is not just the colder weather. It's the fact that people are getting together as the holiday season and run the said he stands by and he watches in fear. Because the thanksgiving weekend. The past probably is a sign that they'll be more affections and we'll see a big surge in the weeks to come. You know for all the fatalist and say well. It's paying them into a disease. what can you do. You can just look around the world that responses and places have crushed to this and there is no reason that a place with the material wealth and the scientific expertise of the united states shouldn't have been among those countries and the fact that we haven't it's an enduring tragedy. Adam thank you very much for joining us. Thank you jason.
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"When was the last time you did something so scary so terrifying and so absolutely fair inducing that your palm sweated in you wondered if you could actually go through with this big scary thing. Did you do it or did you. Let fear paralyze you into inaction That hangs on my fridge. That says do one scary thing every day. i believe. eleanor. Roosevelt said it. Or something like it. I try to live by this quote in infused into every decision that i make sometimes just having the uncomfortable. Conversation is the scary thing sometimes. Quitting the job or starting a business is terrifying thing. Sometimes leaving a marriage is it. The question is do you stay stuck or do you move through it anyway. My guest today is a fear boss in. She has made it her life. Work to tackle fear head on. I loved this talk and after it was done i was inspired to do something crazy in radical with my business but more of that coming up next year i know she will inspire you to so buckle up because her energy encouragement or slap you awake the happy even after happy even after podcast divorce ups but it doesn't need to define you. It doesn't need to be the end of your story. The happy even after podcast meet your host renee bauer and award winning divorce attorney peacemaker author and founder of an online divorce educational program. He's been doing this work for almost two decades and she is passionate about all women make it out the other side. The happy even after podcast. Let's jump in. Hey everyone welcome to another episode of the happy even after podcast. I'm your host renee. Bauer and i have a super exciting guest here today. So let me just jump into it and introduce you to her. Because i really want to dive into what. We're going to be talking about today. So i am here with judy holler. Who is a bestselling author speaker host of the fear boss. Podcast in ceo of hall up productions. She's been professionally. Trained in improv theatre. In her book series. My homeboy became an instant bestseller. Which holding up. Now if you're watching this video. Her mission is to help you be braver. You were yesterday and smashed comfort zones by experimenting with fear. Her vision is a world so brave that the word regret has been removed from the dictionary. Because you are too busy making things happen for yourself. She likes her books. Non digital her wind bubbly in her music hip hop so welcome. Hi renee that's awesome. Can you just follow me around life and introduced me. Please share honored to be here. Hi everyone so..
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"What does it mean to be an influencer. We are influenced by everything around us. Our friends recommend a book they loved in. We're influenced when we order it. We see someone on our feet and a great outfit and we click the link and maybe purchase it. We influenced all the time in everyday by the world around us. There is so many external influences that impact our decisions. But today i'm talking with one of the top five influencers about doing something different than what everyone expected her. She talks about tapping into her own passion to discover what she ended. You're capable of and not letting anything such as age or anyone such as critics dictate all that you were meant to accomplish. Let's jump in the happy even after podcast. Happy even after podcast divorce ups but it doesn't need to define you. It doesn't need to be the end of your story. The happy even after podcast meet your host renee bauer and award winning divorce attorney peacemaker author and founder of course an online divorce educational program. He's been doing this work for almost two decades and she is passionate about all women make it out the other side. The happy even after podcast. Let's jump in. Hey everyone welcome back to another episode of the happy even after podcast and i have a special treat here today and i'm so excited to introduce today's guest. Now we have all heard of the word influencer but today we have a really big one here. And the what i love about. Her though is that her platform is about so much more than pretty pictures or a nice filter. So let me introduce you to mel vegas chef. Who is a fashion and beauty influence in blogger model in creative at heart. Her blog is called style by melva and she was rated one of the top five influencers by pixie. She has had major campaigns such as with reebok. But here's what. I really really just adore about her wine. Knew i wanted to have her on here. is she's not gonna take on partnerships unless feels good to her unless it's authentic to her and she's an entrepreneur really down to her core right from the very beginning so she believes in being authentic in her work and she speaks openly about her own struggle with body image and even critics in doubters along her journey so i had her on here today because at the heart of her work is the mission to empower women to go after whatever they want. So welcome. melvin thank you. Thank you for that lovely lovely introduction. That was really really good introduction. Thank you but yeah. I'd be here in chat with you. So let's just start with the like the. The simplest question in the basic is what is an influence. Because we've heard that term used all over social media lately in so let's just talk a little bit about it because it's kind of fun. Yeah okay so the way. I actually liked to look at myself is a content creator. It's a term that i welcome because it's obviously really nice to be able to to know that you have some kind words but you know when someone else calls me an influencer. I look on like. I never thought of myself that way. But it's really cool that you think of me that way so and influencers essentially i would say it's someone who has an influence and it's as simple as it could be like you haven't audience on social media it could be that you're in real life and i think both are you know very very helpful to have influence in relied on social media. Presence aren't online presents. But i think at my core i like to look at myself as a content creator and i think looking at myself as a content creator versus as influencer really helps me stay Crap creativity and creative roots and Yeah just pushed me more creatively. So hard as you get started on this journey. So i actually will backtrack way back when i was a little girl because i think it started there. I grew up quite overweight. I wouldn't even say overweight. I was just on the bigger side and everyone in my family. Everyone in my school everywhere tried to remind me. Just oh like dino. People are making fun of you have oily skin. Do you know that like you know my friends used to tell me like. Oh just like join a gym like why. Don't you just eat salads and stuff like that you know it's it. I think when you're young those kinds of comments we take it so much to heart and we really really tried to cut on dislike. Do what we can to make sure people aren't criticizing us. And i think the first tool i knew that i had was i knew i had night or fashion and i thought you know. People are criticizing the way that i look so much just based on my skin and like my weight and separate that at least maybe i can try to use fashion. As as a way to penalize given focus on something else so i started using fashion and really just experimenting with things that worked on meetings. That didn't work on me. And i think that's my love affair with passion. Beauty really started. When i was young and kind of use it as a tool i would say now. My relationship with it has changed a lot. I see fashion and beauty more as a tool to transform into your high itself in just tap into the confidence that's inherent within you. Riches you know needs a little spark to kinda get you up to get to that level every day but i think it started then and in terms action creating might inventing this not enough but like building. This spotlight for myself. I went to school where it was known as the number one scoop entrepreneurship and i studied entrepreneurship marketing. There but the fact is everyone that graduate. Not everyone but a huge majority of everyone that graduates from that school goes on the first two years to work like an ernst and young or. Pw all these big companies and that's also really great. People were working updates. Facebook can rule them all these amazing companies. But i thought to myself. Like why would i take all this education that i have about how to build your own business and go and give that to someone else and help someone else grow their genes so i loved. Fashion and beauty didn't have a chance to really do much in terms of taking classes or learn or go to fashion score. I think had if you internships but with that fashion beauty marketing entrepreneurship background. I knew first of all that. I wanted to graduate early. Because i had started my blog when i was in college and i was a sophomore and i was spending way where time thinking about a business in my blog my content but i was about classes so i told myself i'll be. We're gonna graduate early. We're gonna take a year to focus on loose. Think fulltime and then see where it goes and my one year has been up so i graduated in. May of twenty nine team right. Yeah nineteen and now here. I am so what i'm doing. Wow so that you just said so much there. And i'm like in wanted to dive into some of that but first of all like that idea of going to a job. That's you know your typical nine to five job. In sort of zapping the creativity out of you is you know and i think it's something that's so common and i think that we see that in after even after you've been in the workforce for a while you kind of lose that creative spark so you know it's it's incredible that at your age you were able to say like. I want to take the skills that i have. I want to take a passion that i have and i want to take this. That's innate in you turn it into something in like here you go world in. Here's what is out there. So i mean that's amazing. And i think that that just goes to when you're an entrepreneur. You are from the very beginning like there's no switch that flip it flips a certain age like every story i've ever heard of an entrepreneur starts when they are a a child or a teenager. So that's amazing so you talk about that. You're not a finished products in you. Bet your a work in progress and so can you share a little bit about that. Because i think that's that's really like a mantra for life..
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"So what are your top tips to co-parent effectively? Okay. So my top typical parent effectively. I actually wrote them down. So I'm just refer to them. So I don't forget is that you have to make the choice to be a good co-parent that it's not easy and that you have to make the choice and respond versus react, but they you have to respect yourself and respect your acts as a parent. You may not respect them as a person. I mean, I have people that say to me I think you know, they're horrible human being okay, but they're still your child's parent, right? So you have to respect your acts as a parent and then respect your children because they deserve to have both of their parents involved keeping a regular schedule for the most part Works off being flexible and then talking there's this whole thing about our family wizard texting email because everything needs to be documented, but I think that at some point at home In my practice, I like to try to get parents to the place where they can pick up the phone and talk to each other because with texting and email the burden is on the reader off. So I may send you something and depending on your mood of the day. You may take it a different way than I meant right be a team pick your battles not everything. Okay. So two years box came back versus for okay get another pair of socks. I you know, like pick your battles be respectful of each other's values. I think that it's okay. There's this whole methodology of fact that both houses have to mimic the same they they should be the same. Yes, that would be ideal but it's okay for kids as long as they know what to expect. Okay. These are the rules that dads these wage rules at Mom's right give your ex the benefit of the doubt. This is weird the kids especially older kids are very good at manipulating if they know their parents aren't speaking to each other so long Make comments say something that may not be true. So give your ex the benefit of the doubt and have a conversation if there's something you're concerned about and don't give up. All right, that is great advice off. My final question is how can someone reach out to you and find you and pull you into their team to help them to co-parent? Okay, so you can call back office at 203-691-5804. You can find us on Facebook. I'm always posting little comments or recommendations for things, Counseling and Family Services LLC or we're also on psychologytoday.com. Perfect. Thank you so much case and this is thank you rate information. Thank you so much. That's a relevant link up with us at Miss Renee Bowers, Remember to rate and review and share with anyone you think might find this episode helpful. You can change your story and live happy even after.
"renee" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Super happy to have Renee Montgomery on the podcast she's been on Spain and fits and I think Spain and company before it became spending fits again and just such a powerful and and smart and thoughtful voice in. So many issues about US basketball player and I wanted to have her on to talk about all of those things sort of longer format to figure out how she became the bad ass woman that she is. So Rene, thanks for being on. Let's let's start at at the way back you grew up with a mother who was a professor tell me more about just your childhood in which your parents did and where you grew up. yes. Oh, my childhood like things that were fun for us was learning things ahead of time. So I used to always think it with cool that I would go to school knowing already what the teacher is GonNa teach me they actually tried to skip me agreed my parents was like Manna. Now we're going to keep her where she's at which thank you parental is they didn't know that I was going to go on to play basketball so. I was growing up in West Virginia though different and different than what people can expect innocence of it's just a different culture is slower. It's country in its three percent black. So now living here in Atlanta. Obviously. I'm emerged in a black culture and black excellence the WHO's who are black people here. So that was just a completely different shift from from what I knew before and thank you for having me Sarah Yeah, which is nice What did your dad do for a living or what does it do? Yeah he worked at Bayer. So he was a like a chemical engineer there. So he and I would say what he does what I think he does best is like he can just pretty much build anything. So he built cars from scratch. He's one of those guys that have a beautiful mind. So he just built my nieces bunk bed. Like just that Kinda Guy. So a Lotta last arts in some ways actually being Han like knowing how to build and do things is like it's easier to order something. Off. Like when we first moved into our house and my husband fixed like an electrical outlet I like. Okay. Why wasn't even impressive? He watched a youtube video. It was like Oh. Okay. So you obviously grow up in an intellectual household and that informed desire two learn, which is you know very clearly something that's a through line for you. What about the sports part of things? How much of a part of the household was at? Huge My sister was a cheerleader who also went on to be the cheerleading coach..
"renee" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast
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"renee" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast
"You also be great, you know one day we'll all meet up and have a few sodas and throw down some fries. Yeah. I just want to personally thank you so much for any for coming on and I knew you were the right one for my first female vet. Just because you know talking to you. Um and knowing your story personally and you know, and you know, this isn't the first time I've heard of a female vet going through their career like this month. I unfortunately, I think it's been like this for a long time and it definitely you know, it really angers me when I hear you know, my sister and my brother dead. I'm so used to saying Brothers. I'll call female best Brothers all the time, but they totally get yeah, and and and I I always see this month I've seen with so many of them this giant chip on their shoulder of being like, you know, I wasn't in the good old boys club when in fact you absolutely were I mean, you've you've gone through things you have seen things and then for for a majority of them getting treated the way they did it's absolutely something that needs to be addressed immediately off and I'm I'm so glad that thank you for having the courage to talk about that today with us. And I'm I'm hoping it gets to the right listeners. And yeah, I just want to say God. Thank you brother. Yeah. I've been called worse. Yeah, that's a good that's a good exclamation point right there. It's awesome job. And like your personality your personality wrapped up in a bun right? There is just like boom. That's Renee. I love it. Well, we love you. Thanks for coming on too. And hopefully we'll be able to see each other and the two of you stay safe out there. I know it's hard for you to and stay safe..
"renee" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"No one thinks of the word divorce in a positive way. The big dig carries so many emotions with it. But what if I told you? There was something called the positive divorce movement. Don't believe me will. My next guest is leading the way in just that she shears why sometimes better apart is better than together. So listen up because she has a few things to say a maybe she can change your mind about why divorce can be positive. The happy even after happy even after podcasts divorce ups, but it doesn't need to define you. It just doesn't need to be the end of your story the happy even after podcast meet your host Renee Bauer, an award-winning divorce attorney, peacemaker author, and founder. Of course, an online divorce educational program. He's been doing this work for almost two decades and she is passionate about having all women make it out the other side the happy even after podcast. LET'S JUMP IN A. Hey there welcome to the happy even after podcast. So I am here today with a new friend of mine and I am so excited to have this conversation. So let me introduce you to Gabrielle Hartley. She is a nationally recognized divorce attorney online mediator in divorce strategy coach guerrillas. Unique nontoxic approach to divorce and she keeps ninety nine percent of her cases out of the courtroom and at the negotiating table she also teaches divorce lawyers hot to be better lawyers. Gabrielle in her work have been featured in people magazine The New York Post the, New York Times, and the Yoga Journal just to name a few and she authored the book better apart which was endorsed by Gwyneth Paltrow, which was so goal and we know when Greenwich was going through her divorce, she sort of revitalized the term consciously uncoupling. So she supports the books so welcome today out. Thank. You so much I'm so excited to be here with you. So I am really excited to talk about this and talk about this to another professional who works in this space and really has a handle on a perspective on how do we help people get through the other side and not just drive up costs and drive towards litigation. So you have promoted this term, the positive divorce movement, and that kind of goes against everything that the word divorce actually means. So can you explain what that is in why it's positive absolutely as such a great question thanks for asking so. Positive divorced movement is really to set a new tone around the global conversation about what divorce is. How many of us grew up in homes that were called broken I. Know I did right and. That's really creating a negative internal narrative for all of us. The positive divorce movement is the recognition that divorced doesn't have to be this shameful stigmatizing experience. It's actually a launch pad to creates a better right because if if your marriage was great, you would actually still be there presumably right and so it is a conversation starter. For all of us to start feeling better no matter. How the trajectory of our relationships in our life have been? That's such. A great point that you make that term broken gets attached to divorce in that in and of itself you think okay, it's broken. I'm broken. I failed in. It's you know I'm failing my kids and you the name of your book is better apart, which is you know really contrary to what so many people say when they talk about divorce new here Oh, you're better off sticking out for the kids and divorces bad and your kids will be damaged from it and why do you feel that sometimes someone a couples better apart than Better. Together. Yes. So some people can be better together and I. You know I'm definitely not like a divorce advocate, but when divorce has to happen to your point about like feeling like, Oh, my creating a broken environment for your kids like I am not divorced but I grew up with divorced parents. My narrative is like my less than because my friends. Are married like I carry that with me even now with all the incredible amount of work that I've done throughout my life, my career, my writing by speaking and speaking to like hundreds of thousands of other people who have traveled through this path forward. So I feel like the divorce process. The way it's navigated really makes all the difference. It's not the transitions between households that matter it's the conflict that's happening and better to be apart let your children be raised in two or at least one com or reasonably calm environment than you have one house hold. That's all a lot of conflict. Now, that said, there can still be chaos in a house. It doesn't mean you have to part ways just because things aren't perfect by if you rising to a level where it's getting to be bad for everybody, it might be time to say goodbye. And you talk about this percentage that you can help ninety nine percent of couples mediate and get through their divorce in a different way. So let's talk about the one percent though what are making those people not be able to mediate or negotiate like why are they stock in their the people that are going to court? Yeah. So that one percent is the percent that gets all the media attention. Right like everything about like slave narcissist like all the the sort of negative stuff because those people really do need help right. If you're dealing with terrorists on the other side and I don't mean someone who's bombing your house literally I mean someone who blow up every agreement that you make, you may not be able to settle. You also may not be able to settle if you know that one percent. Your spouse hires somebody. WHO has convinced your weaker spouse right that they need to go to court and fight about everything. So you have a terrorist acts you can have a terrorist ex-lawyer you can have a combination of the two. You'll may also have someone who has. Very. Added executive function so you need to at least bring them to the table by starting a case just because things started Gatien's is not mean they have to end there. It's a very, very small number of cases that actually go all the way to trial and when you think about the numbers of people that are the number of people that filed the worse and how few divorce judges are there it makes sense for a Year and a half when I was clerking in New York City, for judge, Jeffrey Sunshine, for about a year she and I were the only judge and court attorney resolving all the cases that were coming through the entire borough. So when you think about that, just one person cannot possibly here all the conflict. So if you're in the middle of a divorce and for your listeners and if you're feeling like, oh my Gosh, we're litigation there's A way out always always always. Well Open Asterix unless you have a total terrorist, the other side in which case, the court system is there for you. But even during the global pandemic, you can still either find a collaborative.